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Author Topic: Reporting dodgy profiles in AdultWork  (Read 2381 times)

Offline mutualrespect

Hey lads,

I am all up for taking the time to report dodgy profiles to AW but they never seem to take any action whatsoever. Have any of you had more success with this?

Much obliged.

Offline Whore Of Babylon

I friend of mine had success with AW when he was scammed from quite a large sum of money. The profile was pulled. Think you're more likely to get success if the profile has been reported several times from different sources.

Offline k

Hey lads,

I am all up for taking the time to report dodgy profiles to AW but they never seem to take any action whatsoever. Have any of you had more success with this?

Much obliged.
I've reported several and they always seem to act.  You've got to include clear evidence in your email that they can easily click on and see for themselves that what your saying can be substantiated.  They probably get a lot of take-down requests which are due to personal feuding rather than anything wrong with a profile, and for this you would expect them not to act.  It might be that your requests have been treated in this category.

Offline mh

I've reported several and they always seem to act.  You've got to include clear evidence in your email that they can easily click on and see for themselves that what your saying can be substantiated.

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Offline Stiltskin

https://www.adultwork.com/1678434
 is the same girl as
 https://www.adultwork.com/1723524

 and shes no longer working in trowbridge

Terrible profiles. You have to wonder if she ever got any work from them. I hotlisted her, with the intention of waiting for some better pics to be posted up. Nothing's changed though.

Offline haystacks79

I am all up for taking the time to report dodgy profiles to AW but they never seem to take any action whatsoever. Have any of you had more success with this?

I've reported quite a few using stolen photos in my area, and they do usually disappear - just ensure you provide evidence of where the images can be found online. I did once just include the results of a google image search showing about 50 hits, and they replied to say they couldn't work with that - so I just replied with the first 2 links from it and the profile disappeared a couple of hours later.

Offline adindas

+1

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Their response is excellent as long as you have evidence to back up your claim. It is not that because you THINK  the profile miight be bogus.

Offline mutualrespect

I wonder what constitutes proof. I went to meet one of the girls who turned out not to be the one in the pictures, lied about services and prices. Then though I could be someone lying trying to cause mayhem cause I bet they get a lot of that.

I suppose the only real way of proving that would be to take some sort of spy cam in with me to appointments.

What sort of evidence have other people submitted?

Offline crystaldenison

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recording someone with out consent will land you in some legal problems  :kissgirl:

Offline smiths

Hey lads,

I am all up for taking the time to report dodgy profiles to AW but they never seem to take any action whatsoever. Have any of you had more success with this?

Much obliged.

As a punter who doesnt trust the scumbags who run A/W who i view as out to rip punters off its in my view sometimes A/W themselves that post these profiles up, make some credits and if they get complaints just delete them and activate another one and so on and on. Good for those that bother to report profiles but if the owners are well dodgy its a hopeless task.

Offline mutualrespect

recording someone with out consent will land you in some legal problems  :kissgirl:

I was actually being facetious.  :D My point is other than first hand evidence what else can I do to report dodgy profiles other than this which is obviously something you'd not do but I shouldn't have to go to these extremes.

I suppose you're right. i've often thought AW's owners don't really have much of an interest in cleaning up dodgy profiles because they win either way. Sure they are damaging their credibility but as they aren't really competing with many other players they've not got much to loose.

Offline k

Well I reported this one two days ago and it's still there...

https://www.adultwork.com/ViewProfile.asp?UserID=1832859 :angry:
I think AW are expecting punters to rely on the feedback of that one, but not everyone knows that a zero doesn't mean nothing - there might be some bad comments in there that haven't notched down the score, as is the case here.  I suspect that AW will make sure the profile will be pulled... just before enough money accrues on the Private Gallery for her to monetise it.

Offline adindas

I wonder what constitutes proof. I went to meet one of the girls who turned out not to be the one in the pictures, lied about services and prices. Then though I could be someone lying trying to cause mayhem cause I bet they get a lot of that.

I suppose the only real way of proving that would be to take some sort of spy cam in with me to appointments.

What sort of evidence have other people submitted?

This is one of the reason imho why bogus profile will never be eliminated entirely. Even they get caught they could easily come back the next day with another profile and bogus pictures.

Like anything in the real world of justice "it is not what you know, but what you could proof". 
What you know is not necessary what the people who are making decision know. So the verdict of who is telling the truth is difficult to make without credible proof. IMHO even a spy scam will not do the job as it is highly unlikely that they know who you are.

If I meet the girl who look entirely different with the pictures on the profile I will just walk away.  Certainly, it annoys me but there is nothing else I could do apart from reporting it to the forum and warn my fellow punters. But what might happen if they read the warning, they could easily get away with it and come back with another profile the following day.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2012, 09:32:06 AM by adindas »

Online James999

recording someone with out consent will land you in some legal problems  :kissgirl:

Bullshit  :cool:

Offline mutualrespect

Bullshit  :cool:

In Scotland it is illegal to film or take pictures of someone without their consent. That said it doesnt stop cctv so its a fairly empty law.

Online James999

The second statement in your post clerarly confirms the first statement to be bullshit  :hi:

http://photorights.org/faq/is-it-legal-to-take-photos-of-people-without-asking
« Last Edit: December 24, 2012, 11:30:10 AM by James999 »

Offline haystacks79

The second statement in your post clerarly confirms the first statement to be bullshit  :hi:

http://photorights.org/faq/is-it-legal-to-take-photos-of-people-without-asking

But most of that relates to photography/filming in a public space. If you're in a wgs flat then that would probably not be counted as a public space, but one in which there would be an expectation of privacy.

Offline mutualrespect

The second statement in your post clerarly confirms the first statement to be bullshit  :hi:

http://photorights.org/faq/is-it-legal-to-take-photos-of-people-without-asking

You are aware that Scottish law is different to English law aren't you?  :hi:

It would appear, after some investigation on Scots law boards, that the law has actually changed. You can still be charged with breach of the peace for taking pictures and videos of people without their consent but the WG would need a witness to corroborate her side of the story and it's quite difficult to actually enforce because by the time the police got there I dare say the chap would be long gone.

It would also be possible I suppose to argue under The Human Rights Act of 1998 "Article 8: The Right to Respect for Private and Family Life, Home and Correspondence". Again very difficult to actually do much with but again it is a legal angle that could be argued.

I've worked in England for a few years but no very little about the law there. I know there are a lot of similarities but there are also a lot of differences on very fundamental levels. One of the major differences is the corroboration law. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corroboration_in_Scots_law which again makes it very, very difficult to convict rapists in Scotland sadly.

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Online Jimmyredcab

In Summary, I was correct  :dash:

Sort of I suppose.

I have noticed that large companies warn you that your call is being recorded, I don't know if that is a legal requirement. ???

Regarding CCTV, I believe there has to be warning signs.    :hi:

Online James999

Large companies / organisations will have "codes of conduct" , like laws these do not apply to Pro$$ies / Pimps  :hi:

Offline skittish

In Summary, I was correct  :dash:

James is kind of correct. It is not illegal to take photographers or film people without their knowledge whether it be in a public or private location. There are places where it is strictly prohibited to record without permission, inside courts, prisons etc. It's otherwise not a criminal offence.

 Anybody disgruntled by having being recorded without knowledge/permission can of course attempt to take action in a civil court.

Offline skittish

Sort of I suppose.

I have noticed that large companies warn you that your call is being recorded, I don't know if that is a legal requirement. ???

Regarding CCTV, I believe there has to be warning signs.    :hi:

That's a courtesy not a legal requirement, as long as one party knows the call is being recorded. Phone tapping is another matter and still illegal I believe.


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